Neuhauser was a pioneer in using shareholder assets to promote social justice. The movement he helped to found was forged in the crucible of the fight against apartheid in South Africa thirty eight years ago. Neuhauser describes how he drafted the shareholder resolution that indirectly led to the creation of the Sullivan Principles, anti-apartheid workplace standards for companies operating in South Africa. And he was instrumental in forming the coalition of churches that eventually became the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, or ICCR.
Arc of Change Co-Hosts Bill Baue and Francesca Rheannon of Sea Change Mediacaught up with Paul Neuhauserat the ICCR offices overlooking the Hudson River in New York City.